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Plaisant, C., Komlodi, A. (May 2000)
Evaluation Challenges for a Federation of Heterogeneous Information Providers: The Case of NASA's Earth Science Information Partnerships
IEEE 9th Intl. Workshops on Enabling Technologies (WETICE'2000) Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises, June 14-16, Gaithersburg, MD, pp. 130-138, IEEE, Los Alamitos, CA. [Published Version]
HCIL-2000-09, CS-TR-4134, UMIACS-TR-2000-27

NASA's Earth Science Information Partnership Federation is an experiment funded to assess the ability of a group of widely heterogeneous earth science data or service providers to self organize and provide improved and cheaper access to an expanding earth science user community. As it is organizing itself, the federation is mandated to set in place an evaluation methodology and collect metrics reflecting the health and benefits of the Federation. This paper describes the challenges of organizing such a federated partnership self-evaluation and discusses the issues encountered during the metrics definition phase of the early data collection.


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